DIY Rainbow Ribbon Pillow

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How to make a Rainbow Ribbon Pillow.

If you have a little girl in your life,  

this bright and colorful Rainbow Ribbon Pillow is sure to make her smile.

DIY Rainbow Ribbon Pillow

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DIY Rainbow Ribbon Pillow


  • Cut several 4″ strips of ribbon in a variety of rainbow colors.  
  • Lightly glue the ends of the ribbon together to form a loop.

DIY Rainbow Ribbon Pillow

  • Cut a 7″ x 7″ piece of white felt.  Glue the ribbon loops around the four edges of the felt.  

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  • Hand cut a sun, raindrops, and the word “SMILE” out of Kunin Classic Felt.
  • Cut another piece of white felt 6 1/2″ x 6 1/2″.  Stitch the felt cut-outs onto the white felt square.
  • Iron on the Rainbow Applique onto the middle of the felt square.
  • Cut a 7″ x 7″ piece of blue felt.  Center the decorated white square onto the blue felt and pin it into place.  Sew around the white felt using a sewing machine.  (This is the pillow front.)
  • Lay the “pillow front” onto the white felt square with ribbon loops.  Sew around the edge of the felt.  Leave a small gap for adding poly-fil*.  After stuffing, finish sewing the edge of the pillow to close.

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Embossing Clear Scraps Clear Shapes for Layouts and Cards

Vintage Sisters Layout for Clear Scrap by Sue Eldred using Clear Shape Flowers

Did you know that you can emboss Clear Scraps Clear Shapes?   (I didn’t until recently.)

Smile Card for Clear Scraps Sue Eldred July 2014

For my “Vintage Sisters” layout and “Smile” card, I started with a Clear Shape Flower.

To make the Flower:

  • I used my Big Shot and a Swiss Dot Embossing Plate to emboss my flower.
  • I dabbed Antique Linen Distress Paint on the front of the flower  (raised dot)  and Victorian Velvet Distress Paint on the back side of my flower.

This project was created for and sponsored by Clear Scraps.